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Can us unlock a locked computer?

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Windows block ctrl+alt+del, we can not send the stroke to a computer, is there any way to unlock a locked computer running windows?

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That doesn't unlock. It just locks. Winkey + L will lock the PC but not unlock it if it is already locked. The only way to unlock (that I know of at least) is CTRL + ALT + DEL

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I think if you change the logon settings (control userpasswords2) to not require Ctrl-alt-del for logon, then it will not be required for unlock either.

You may also meet another issue, though, in that the screensaver runs in a different desktop from the UI.

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I do what it said in the page, but I can not unlock my computer.

I got two computer running windows xp. the one 192.168.0.2 is gonna be unlocked by the one 192.168.0.1.

I ran RemoteUnlockService.exe on 192.168.0.2, there is no error reported. but I can not find a process named RemoteUnlockService.exe in taskmanager of windows. Then, I went to 192.168.0.1, and ran RemoteUnlock.exe in the console with the command:

RemoteUnlock 192.168.0.2

An error occured.

here is the output of RemoteUnlock.exe:

RemoteUnlock by Dan Farino

ERROR: error writing files to remote machine

Did I miss something?

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